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51 "20 May 1941, Atkinson, Joseph William, 34, white, Frostburg, Bachelor, silkworker, Mary Elizabeth McKenzie, 21, white, Eckhart, maid, 21 May 1941, Frostburg, D.A. Bonomo, Asst. pastor, St. Michael's Catholic Church. Allegany County Marriage Licenses." Atkinson, Joseph William (I16924)
 
52 "21 Jun 1932. McKenzie, Thomas Edward, 21 white, Cresaptown, single, truck driver. Lena Catherine Dawson, 18 white, Great Cacapon, W. Va., maid. 21 June 1932, Rev. H. Luten, Cumberland." Allegany County, Maryland Marriage License. Per the research of Ray Leidinger.

Is buried in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Old Town, Maryland.

CRESAPTOWN - Thomas E. McKenzie, 78, Cresaptown, died Tuesday, June 27, 1989, at Sacred Heart Hospital. Born Feb. 4, 1911, in Cresaptown, he was the son of the late Albert and Alice (Roberson) McKenzie. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lena C. (Dawson) McKenzie, April 9, 1981. Mr. McKenzie was a retired custodian for the Celanese Fiber Corporation’s Amcelle Plant and a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church. Surviving are six sons, Edward W. McKenzie, Bowman’s Addition; Thomas L. McKenzie, Rawlings; Ronald E. McKenzie and Kenneth L. McKenzie, both of Cumberland; and Joseph M. McKenzie and Donald W. McKenzie, both of Keyser, W.Va.; two daughters, Mary Lechliter, Cumberland; and Kitten McDowell, Potomac Park; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Lease and Theresa McKenzie, both of Cresaptown; and Margaret Clayton, Riverdale; one brother, Clarence McKenzie, Cresaptown; 18 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Hafer Chapel of the Hills Mortuary. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Ambrose Catholic Church by the Rev. DeSales Young. Interment will be in St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, Cumberland. A Christian wake service will be conducted Thursday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Cumberland Times-News, Wednesday, June 28, 1989 
McKenzie, Thomas Edward Charles (I14893)
 
53 "24 Aug 1903, McKenzie, Laura, Somerset County, Pa., 22, white, single, Raley, Clarence. 1903, August 27, Meyersdale, Pa., GM Kelly." Garrett County, Maryland Marriage License

Clarence Moses RALEY (son of Charles Edward RALEY and Drucilla HUTZEL/HUTZELL) was born on 11 Nov 1880 in Swanton, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 13 Jan 1944 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. Frostburg, Md., Jan. 13 - Clarence Raley, a farmer of near Finzel, Garrett county, died this morning in Miners' Hospital where he was admitted yesterday. Surviving are his widow and several children. The Cumberland Evening Times, January 13, 1944. 
Raley, Clarence Moses (I02476)
 
54 "28 October, 1904, McKenzie, Zacharias, 19, white, Franklin, Md., bachelor, miner. Lillie Viola Steinla, 16, white, Finzel, Md., maid. October 30, 1904, Father Benedict, 55, SS Peter & Paul." Allegany County Marriage License.

Frostburg, Md., Nov. 18 - Zachariah McKenzie, 37 years old, died Thursday night at 11:55 o'clock at the Miners' Hospital, of cancer of the lungs. He was born in Lagrange county, Indiana. Besides his widow, who was Miss Lillie Steinla, of Finzel, Md., he is survived by five children, all living at Finzel, Md. - Elmer Leo, Clarence Alvin, Leonard Conroy, Mary Margaret, and James Frederick; also five brothers - Patrick and Hubert, of Edmonton, Canada; John, Ethridge, Montana; Clarence, Finzel, Md., and Ira V., of Pinto, Md. Ralph McKenzie of Pinto, Md., a well known telegrapher, who died at Keyser three years ago, was a brother. The body was taken to the home of his brother, Ira McKenzie, at Pinto. The funeral will be held at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, Cresaptown, Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery, in Frostburg. The Cumberland Evening Times, November 18, 1922. 
McKenzie, Zachariah (I02559)
 
55 "30 Jun 1955, McKenzie, Carl William, 21, white, Frostburg, single, timber cutter. Norma Lee Burkett, 18, white, Mt. Savage, single. July 2, 1955, Cumberland, A.D. Wetmore, Min., Seventh Day Adventist."

Carl Wilhelm MCKENZIE (Murrell Cleland-3, William H.-2, William Enoch-1) was born on 21 Oct 1933 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. He died on 24 Jan 1999 in Frostburg, Allegany Co., Maryland. FROSTBURG - Carl Wilhelm McKenzie, age 65, of the Frostburg Village Nursing Home, died Sunday, Jan. 24, 1999, at the nursing home. Born Oct. 21, 1933, in Finzel, he was the son of the late Murrell C. and Edna V. (McKenzie) McKenzie. He was also preceded in death by one brother, Wayne McKenzie. Mr. McKenzie was a self-employed truck driver. He was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Cumberland. Surviving are his wife, Norma (Burkett) McKenzie; two sons, James Allen McKenzie and wife, Gail, Mount Savage, and Carl William McKenzie Jr. and wife, Susy, Eckhart; three daughters, Karen Sue Shoemaker and husband, Larry, Mount Savage, Diane Marie Valentine and husband, Andre, Georgia, and Brenda Lee Sturtz and husband, Larry, Mount Savage; six brothers, Paul, Darell, Delbert, David, Murrell Jr. and John McKenzie; four sisters, Virginia Shriver, Ilene Miller, Donna Cutter and Janet Stairs; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home on Wednesday at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ronald Boyce officiating. Following the services Mr. McKenzie will be cremated in accordance with his wishes. Cumberland Times-News. 
McKenzie, Carl Wilhelm (I02331)
 
56 "31 Mar 1916. McKenzie, John Lewis, 39, white, Cresaptown, single, miner. Iva Bittner, 25, white, Frostburg, maid. 8 May 1916, Cumberland, Rev. Fr. Iscar, SS Peter and Paul." Allegany County, Md. Marraige License

McKenzie, Louis

Louis McKenzie, 80, of 17 Fifth Street, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. A native of this state, he was a son of the late Samuel and Alice (Winter) McKenzie. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Bertha Weber, this city, and a brother, Gallitzan McKenzie, Fairgo.The body is at the George Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. by Rev. Paul W. Taylor, pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church of Frostburg. Interment will be in the Porter Cemetery at Eckhart.
The Cumberland Times, March 18, 1956
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Published :March 18, 1956
The Cumberland Times
Cumberland,Maryland
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)

Per the research of Ray Leidinger, John Louis was baptized 9 April 1876. 
McKenzie, John Louis (I03653)
 
57 "Benton Clement McKinzie, son of Aaron and Elizabeth J. McKinzie, was born April 4, 1877, and departed this light April 22, 1929, at the age of fifty-two years and eighteen days.
He was married to Linnie Rowe in March 1900, who departed this life February 7, 1914. Two sons were born to this union, Harmon and Marion, both of Macksburg, who were with him at the time of his death.
He was married to Bertha M. Switzer, November 10, 1914, who so tenderly cared for him during all his sickness. He was converted at the age of fourteen years and united with the Methodist church at Hanley. Later in life he united with the Baptist church of Macksburg. In his last sickness he stated that he had not always lived as he should, but that he was ready and wanted to ho Home.
Besides his wife and children, he leaves to mourn the departure of a kind, and loving husband, father and brother, three sisters and six brothers; Mrs. S. E. Bonham, of Macksburg, Mrs. L. A. Shoemaker, of Tuttle, Oklahoma, Mrs. H. R. Rawlings and J. W. McKinzie, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, F. H. McKinzie, of Cordor, Missouri, G. H. McKinzie of Wichita, Kansas, James A. McKinzie, of Brighton, Colorado, Josep M. McKinzie, of Woodburn, and Logan B. McKinzie, of Eagle Grove.
All of these were present except Mrs. Shoemaker and J. W. McKinzie, of Oklahoma and F. H. McKinzie of Missouri.
Funeral services were held at the Macksburg Methodist church, Friday, April 26th, conducted by the Rev. Eugene Alexander and the body was laid to rest in the Macksburg cemetery."

"B. C. McKinzie died at his home in Macksburg Monday evening, April 22, 1929. He had not been well all winter, but was taken worse a few days before his death. Mr. McKinzie has lived most of his life in and near Macksburg and for the past six years had been patrolman on Highway No. 16 fro M. O. Brady's farm to the Union county line.
Four brothers, Logan of Eagle Grove, Joe, of Woodburn, James of Brighton, Colorado, and George of Wichita, Kansas, and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Rallings, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, and Mrs. S. E. Bonham, of Macksburg, were here to attend the funeral which was held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Eugene Alexander. Burial was made in the Macksburg cemetery. More details will be found in the mortuary column."

Both articles were taken from the Winterset Madisonian newspaper, dated May 2, 1929. 
McKinzie, Benton Clement (I11898)
 
58 "Book Antiqua": Purley Hall appears to have undergone substantial alterations in 1719 when a third storey is said to have been removed because the weight was too much for the walls to bear. This was just prior to the sale of the house to the Hawes family. The Hawes' arms can be seen on Dining Room ceiling and in the heraldic glass of the Drawing Room.
Unfortunately they became embroiled, with a cousin, in the South Sea Bubble Crisis but, though they lost the Hall, they were able to maintain residence through a creditor's agreement. Being short of cash, however, they did rent the Hall out, for many years, to Warren Hastings, the disgraced Governor of India, while he awaited his trial. His unhappy time here was enlightened by the Indian menagerie that he kept about him! His ghost is still said to haunt the house. In 1773, the hall was purchased by the Wilders of Sulham who lived there throughout the 19th century. 
Hawes, Benjamin (I25069)
 
59 "CHARLES RHODES"

"Charles J. Rhodes, 66, retired St. Elmo postal carrier and farmer, died at 9:10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 7, 1983, at Lutheran Care Center, Altamont."

""He was born Jan. 7, 1917 in Avena township to Joseph L. and Barbara Vogel Rhodes. A veteran of services with the U. S. Army in World War Two, he was a 30 year member of Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 7676, Altamont, serving as quartermaster for 25 years. He was a member of St. Elmo American Legion post, treasurer of Fayette County Association for Mental Health, member of board of directors, HIA (Blue Cross/Blue Shield), and a fourth degree Knight of Columbus. He was also a retired farmer."

"Surviving are his father, Joseph L., of St. Elmo; brother, Francis L. Rhodes, Peoria; three sisters, Margaret M. Rhodes of St. Elmo; Mary E. Bender of St. Louis, and Rachel N. Caudle, Tolleson, Ariz."

"Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at St. Mary's Catholic church, St. Elmo, with Father Vincent Worland officiating. Visitation was scheduled from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Gieseking Funeral Home, Altamont. A Knights of Columbus Rosary was scheduled for 7 p.m. and parish Rosary, 8:30 p.m. Burial will be in St. Clare's cemetery, Altamont."

"Memorials to Luthean Care Center or Lou Gehrig Disease Foundation, 819 Seventh Ave., New York City, 10019."

More About CHARLES JOSEPH RHODES:
Burial: November 10, 1983, St. Clare Catholic Cemetery
Misc. Fact: Never Married, NO DESCENDANTS 
Rhodes, Charles Joseph (I41859)
 
60 "Finzel, Sarah Catherine of Henry Finzel and Catherine McKenzie, b. March 14, 1890, christianed November 22, 1890,. Sponsor: Katherine Birmingham. Rev. P. Emmeram, OFM, CAP." St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, Md.

FINZEL—Mrs. Sarah C. Knepp, 73, wife of Henry Knepp, died this morning at their home here following an illness of three years. Born in Finzel, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Sarah McKenzie Finzel. Mrs. Knepp was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Pocahontas, Pa. Surviving, besides her husband, are two sisters, Mrs. Lou Hawkins, Cumberland, and Mrs. Doll Baer, Finzel, a grandchild and three great-grandchildren. The Cumberland Evening Times, October 25, 1963 
Finzel, Sarah Catherine (I06614)
 
61 "FRANCIS L. RHODES"

"Francis Rhodes, 77, of West Peoria, formerly of St. Elmo, died at 1:36 a.m. Thursday, May 2, 1996, at St. Francis Medical Center, Peoria."

"Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Clare Catholic Church, Altamont, with burial in St. Clare Catholic Church Cemetery, Altamont, with military rites. Visitation was from 3-6 p.m. Sunday at the Gieseking Funeral Home, Altamont, with a 5 p.m. Rosary."

"Mr. Rhodes was born April 21, 1919, in Fayette County, the son of Joseph L. and Barbara (Vogel) Rhodes."

"He was retired from Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria; Knights of Columbus; Spalding Council #427; and a WWII Army Veteran."

"Survivors include his sisters, Mary Bender of St. Louis, Margaret Rhodes of St. Elmo, and Rachel Caudel of Tolleson, Ariz."

"He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers."

More About FRANCIS LOUIS RHODES:
Burial: May 06, 1996, St. Clare Catholic Cemetery
Misc. Fact: Never Married, NO DESCENDANTS 
Rhodes, Francis Louis (I41860)
 
62 "John Phifer" was born in Cabarrus county (when a part of Bladen) in 1745. He was the son of Martin Phifer, a native of Switzerland, and of Margaret Blackwelder. He raised a numerous family, who inherited the patriotic spirit of their ancestors. The original spelling of the name was "Pfeifer". He resided on "Dutch Buffalo" Creek, at the Red Hill, known to this day as "Phifer's Hill." He was the father of General Paul Phifer, grandfather of General John N. Phifer of Mississippi, and great grandfather of General Charles H. Phifer, a distinguished officer in the battle of "Shiloh," in the late war between the States. At the Provincial Council, held at Johnston Court House in December, 1775, he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the first battalion of "Minute Men," in the Salisbury District; General Griffith Rutherford, Colonel, and John Paisley, Major. He was a member of the Provincial Congress which met at Hillsboro on the 21st of August, 1775, associated with Thomas Polk, Waightstill Avery, James Houston, Samuel Martin and John McKnitt Alexander; and also of the Congress which met at Halifax on the 4th of April, 1776, with Robert Irwin and John McKnitt Alexander.

By this latter body, he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the regiment commanded by Colonel Adam Alexander. He was also a member of the Provincial Congress which met at Halifax in November, 1776, which formed our first Constitution, associated with Hezekiah Alexander, Waightstill Avery, Robert Irwin and Zaccheus Wilson, as colleagues. He married Catharine Barringer, which latter name was originally spelled "Behringer".

It was on the plantation of John Phifer, three mile west of Concord, that the gallant band of "Black Boys," headed by Captain 'Black Bill Alexander' of Sugar Creek, aided by the Whites and others from the neighboring congregation of Rocky River, effected their memorable achievement in 1771, of destroying the king's powder, which was on its way from Charleston to Hillsboro to be used by a tyrannical Governor. The reader should bear in mind this "blackening of faces", to prevent detection, was in the spring of 1771, when the patriotic sentiment of this country had not ripened into that state of almost entire unanimity which characterized it, and the State generally, four years later. John Phifer filled an early grave, and lies buried at the "Red Hill," on the Salisbury road, where a decaying headstone, scarcely legible, marks the last resting-place of this true patriot.
bSource: Sketches Of Western North Carolina, Historical And Biographical, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

/b•tabbMecklenburg Declaration of Indepenence
/b•tab
tabbJohn Phifer (March 25,1747 - 1778) /b
John Phifer was one of the signers of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. He was the son of Martin Phifer, a Swiss emigrant, who came to America in the late 1730s.

Phifer was a planter and prosperous land owner. His land included two State grants that were given after the state was organized. In 1768, he married Catherine Barringer, the daughter of Mecklenburg Declaration signer, Paul Barringer.

Though his historic significance is associated with Mecklenburg County, Phifer is buried in Cabarrus County, a county formed from Mecklenburg County. 
Phifer, John (I23353)
 
63 "Joseph Tibbetts, Western Mary RR employee killed today." This sentence was in a Daily Local News section, but no article was found on that page. Paper had just 3 pages, and the article was not on any of those 3 pages.

He was buried in Bloomington Cemetery, Garrett Co., Maryland. 
Tibbetts, Joseph Arthur Jr. (I13400)
 
64 "September 24, 1928, McKenzie, William Ellis, 33, white, Midland, single, rubberworker. Mary Elizabeth Grabenstein, 37, white, Cumberland, maid. 25 September, 1928, Fr. Pius Larlin, SS Peter and Paul, Cumberland, Md." Allegany County, Md. Marriage License Grabenstein, Mary Elizabeth (I06463)
 
65 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

James married Sarah Ellen McKenzie on Nov.3,1846, in Ross Co. Sarah's parents were Caleb and Margaret(Magers/Majors) McKenzie. Born October 8, 1831, on March11, 1833, She was baptized in Knox Co., Ohio, probably at Saint Luke, Danville, where her father is listed on March 26,1831.

Sarah was an invalid for two years before her death of "paralysis on July24, 1899.She lived in Marion Township,
Delaware County. Her funeral was at Saint Peter's, Columbus."

The Ward Family Bible provided full names and birthdates of the McKenzie offspring: Joseph, Thomas, Francis, John, Agnes Welsh, James, Margaret Ward, Edward, Sarah (Sister Mary Alonso CSC), Samuel, Ignatius, Caleb and Mary Stecher.
 
McKenzie, Sarah Ellen (I03741)
 
66 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Josephine Augusta, born July26, 1910, died Sept.24, 1917, of typhoid fever. Gus bought six burial plots at St. Joseph Cem., Columbus, for his own family when Josephine died, but many of his family thought these plots were theirs. Josephine had just entered second grade when she and her mother both took sick and were taken to White Cross Hospital by ambulance. Maggie was in a coma when Josephine died. Gus paid all his doctor's and hospital bills by cash, long before insurance started.  
McKenzie, Josephine Augusta (I01714)
 
67 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:


McKenzie, Henry Raymond, born Jan. 1,1922, is a grad of Monessen High School. Mac served in WW II as an air crewman on VIP aircraft in the US Navy 1942-46. After his release, Mac attended Roosevelt Aviation School on Long Island, New York, where he took up air¬ craft and engine mechanics, complete with licensing. Mac worked until 1960 at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, then into tech operations at DESC, Dayton, where he retired in 1979. He went to work for PK Home Center until 1987 and now has a hobby of woodworking. On June 24, 1950, Mac married Grace Margaret Johnson, born April 30, 1926, in Hamilton, Ohio. Her parents were Henry and Lillian (Conrad) Johnson. She is a grad of Lebanon High School. 
McKenzie, Henry Raymond (I45756)
 
68 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:


McKenzie, Margaret Lillian, born April 5 1920, took training for obstretics and infant nursing care at St. Ann's Nursing School, graduated Jan. 1, 1944. Margaret worked in infant nursery care at Children's Hospital, then for private physicians for 47 years, until she retired in 1988.


BIRTH5 Apr 1920
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
DEATH17 Feb 2003 (aged 82)
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
BURIAL
Saint Joseph Cemetery
Lockbourne, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
PLOTSt. Joseph Section, Lot 42, Space 2.
MEMORIAL ID59008579 · View Source 
McKenzie, Margaret Lillian (I01715)
 
69 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

(McKenzie, Julia Catherine), Sister Mary Teresina CSC, born March 3, 1897, a 1915 graduate of Circleville High
School and received her nurse's training at Mt. Carmel Hospital, Columbus, in 1924. Her family knew her as
Katherine McKenzie and is remembered for her remarkable singing voice at Saint Joseph Church, Circleville. Her aunt, Sister Mary Alonzo CSC, was a member of the religious who operated this hospital, so Julia joins the order as a nurse during the years, 1924-27, she worked at Mt. Carmel Hospital. Sister Mary Teresina was to serve in many assignments in Indiana and Illinois for the rest of her 76 years, being retired only the last year of her life. Her community Obituary states that "Sister Mary Tere¬ sina, CSC, entered the Congregation of the Sisters of
the Holy Cross on Sept. 24, 1927, coming from Columbus, Ohio. Sister received the Habit on Aug. 15, 1928, and
was professed on Aug. 15, 1930, and died at Saint Mary's Convent, Notre Dame, Indiana, March 28, 1973, fortified
by the Sacraments. Interment at Saint Mary's, Notre Dame, Indiana." 
McKenzie, Julia Catharine (I43551)
 
70 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

Hallisy, Margaret Theresa (McKenzie), born March20, 1889, on June 17, 1925, married William Hallisy. He died Oct. 16, 1925, after four months of marriage. Madge was a grad of Mt. Carmel School of Nursing and worked as the company nurse at Hoover and Allison Co., Xenia. Madge died Nov. 23, 1936, of cancer, with burial at Saint Joseph Cemetery.  
McKenzie, Margaret Teresa (I01739)
 
71 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

Harkins, Theresa J.(McKenzie), born Nov. 29, 1846, in Vinton Co., on Aug. 17, 1865, married Michael Harkins.
She died Oct. 1, 1889, of consumption, with burial at Saint Joseph Cem., Circleville. Michael, was born July 14, 1842, and according to the Circleville Democrat and Watchman of Feb. 11, 1887, in Michael's obituary it states that he was "born in County Donegal, Ireland, and came to this county when a youth. In December 1961 he enlisted in Co. E., 73rd 0. V. I. and served a term of enlistment... He was elected Jack¬ son Co. Trustee... an industrious, quiet man and good citizen, greatly respected in the community where he lived." Michael and Theresa had lived near Willliamsport when he died Feb. 4, 1887, with burial at Saint Joseph Cem. They were the parents of Margaret Crayne, Charles, Mary Daugherty, Martha, Samuel and Michael.  
McKenzie, Teresa J. (I01383)
 
72 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

Head, Katherine Cecilia (McKenzie), born July 21, 1886, on March 20, 1931, at Saint Joseph Ch., married Ralph
Dailey Head, a widower, the son of George and Catherine Head. Ralph was born Oct. 20, 1871. Katherine attended Ohio University, Athens, and taught elementary school at Pickaway Township and elsewhere for
29 years. She died Aug. 30, 1969, and is buried at Joseph Cemetery. Ralph was a farmer in Pickaway Township. He died Sept.19, 1963, age 91, with burial at Forest Cemetery beside his first wife. 
McKenzie, Katherine Cecilia (I01738)
 
73 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

In 1883 Gabe and Laura took their two firstborn, Gus and the baby, Sarah, to Kansas in a wagon train. The
purpose was to link up with other McKenzie cousins already there, but not finding a good job, they returned the next year. Sarah was a frail child and rode on a pillow on the wagon bed. Gus, as a young boy, remembers the return trip with an¬ other wagon train a year later and sitting around the campfire watching the fire gleaming off the red eyes of wolves at night. Gabriel was struck by a car while crossing West Broad Street to visit his son, Alonzo. He lived several days and died June 21,1927, at Mt. Carmel Hospital. Laura died Nov. 9, 1945, in Marion, and is buried beside Gabe in Saint Joseph Cemetery, Columbus, in the Saint Joseph Section. "Gabe" and Laura are the parents of eight: Gus, Sarah Simmons, James, Thomas, Anna and Mary (twins), John and Alonza/Alonzo.  
McKenzie, Joseph Gabriel (I01406)
 
74 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

Lawrence and Alma lived on adjoining farms near Leistville, Ohio, and travelled together to school on the same wagon/bus. Both are grads of Pickaway Town¬ ship School in 1927. He worked in Cincinnati, where their marriage was celebrated. Shortly thereafter they returned to Pickaway County to engage in farming. Besides farming, Lawrence in 1943 became janitor at Pickaway Township and served as Clerk of Pickaway Township Trustees from1948 through 1975. In 1960 he was elected to the Logan Elm School Board, for whom he was their Clerk for eight years. Alma was a homemaker and her hobby was flower gar¬ dening. She and Lawrence are the parents of Barbara, Beverley Chegwidden, Larry and Chuck. Lawrence Sr. died Apr. 19, 1986, and Rose, Mar.12,1995.Both are buried at Forest Cemetery, Circleville.  
McKenzie, Lawrence Joseph (I43076)
 
75 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

Maloney, Martha Theresa (McKenzie), born July 15,1865, at Circleville and on Jan.8, 1896, married John Maloney.
They became the parents of four children, William, John, Catherine LaVallee and Mary Johnson. John died Dec.5,
1915, and Martha, May 8, 1942, with burial at Holy Cross Cem., Milwaukee, Wise. 
McKenzie, Martha Theresa (I11645)
 
76 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Agnes, born Feb. 6, 1858, died Aug. 21,1858, with burial at Saint Joseph Cem. Another Pickaway Co.
Court Record states Agnes died in 1859. 
McKenzie, Agnes (I01389)
 
77 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Antoinette Ann, born Dec. 5, 1896, died as a young child on,1900, and is buried at Saint
Joseph Cemetery. Her death of blood disease was most likely leukemia. 
McKenzie, Antoinette A. (I01732)
 
78 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Augustus "Gus" Stanislaus, born May 7, 1881, on Feb. 12, 1907, married Margaret Maud Wright, daughter of George Washington Wright and Eliza Ellen Dopp. Father Wm. McDermott witnessed their marriage at Holy Family Rectory, Columbus. After Josephine's death Maggie took instructions and became Catholic. Maggie was born Apr. 20, 1887, at Ripley, W. Virginia. She was an 17 year old graduate of Clinton Township High School. Since she passed the standard "Boxwell Test" Maggie had plans to become a teacher. When she was offered a teaching position many, many miles away by horse and buggy, she turned it down, not wanting to lose her future husband. The newlyweds were ambitious people and lived early in Franklin County, and in Worthington, where Laura and Anna were born. They raised their nine children on Rt. 310 after moving in 1926 from 3 acres on Tremont
Road, just noth of Lane Avenue. Previously Gus worked for Sciote Country Club and took care of the golf course. In the winter he sprinkled the tennis courts to make ice rinks from 1918-20. He cut the golf course with a triplex pulled with his team of horses. Gus was a contractor - digging cellars and grading cellars in the Upper Arlington area. This was prior to 1926 when he also used slip scrapers for housing developments. He hired a number of men and teams of horses. Apparently successful, Gus developed ulcers, so decided to buy a 100 acre farm just south of Johnstown
on State Route 310 in Licking County. The family hosted both McKenzie and Wright family reunions for many years.

Maggie and Gus raised their family of ten children on their homestead: Josephine, Laura, Anna Reich, Ida
Crow, George, Margaret, Grace Bowman, Winifred, Hugh and Thomas. Only Tom was born there. Being very education minded, the six youngest daughters all graduated from Alexandria High School. Maggie taught Gus the remainder of his deprived education. She taught her children many songs and school cheers that she composed herself. Gus died Nov. 2, 1966, and Maggie, March20, 1977, with burial at St. Joseph Cem., beside Josephine. 
McKenzie, Augustus Stanislaus (I01708)
 
79 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Edward Ambrose, born Jan. 16, 1865, attended school in June 1880. He met his future bride at his older
sister's, Agnes' home, and married Catherine Eigensee and died July 15,1952. Catherine, born ,died
,with burial atCem. , They are the parents of ten children. 
McKenzie, Edward Ambrose (I01417)
 
80 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Elizabeth Sarah, born July 21, 1891, became a professed Religious Nun, Sister Mary Christopher SC, of the Sisters of Charity. She died June 30, 1941, at the Mount Saint Joseph Infirmary, and is buried at the Mount Saint Joseph Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio. The Archives of Mount Saint Joseph sent the following about Sister Mary: "She was a resident of Circleville at the time of her entrance into the Community on Jan. 28, 1917, that she had received a high school education and about one year of Normal (Advanced Education), that she became a teacher during her preparation and was professed on Aug. 15, 1919. "Sister Mary Christopher, SC, taught for ten years,
1918-28, at Holy Name School, Cleveland, Ohio, then moved Guardian Angels School, Detroit. At this Michigan parish school, she taught and also served as the 'Local Superior' for her Community, 1928-34. From 1934-35
Sister Mary served as teacher at Saint Leo School, Detroit." "From 1935-41 we find Sister Mary Christopher living at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity, overlooking the Ohio River at Mount Saint Joseph's, where she was the Procuratrix. She died at the young age of almost 50 on July2, 1941. Sister Mary Christopher was a beautiful lady in all ways and died of cancer of the kidneys.  
McKenzie, Elizabeth (Sister Mary Christopher) (I01740)
 
81 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Evangela Mary, born June 11,1913, stayed at her parents' home taking care of them until they died. Due to her love for the banjo she took "Jo" as a nick¬ name. Jo moved to Columbus where she worked many years for the Franklin Candy Co. She had been a resident at Saint Rita Home, Columbus, where she died March29, 1995.Her burial is at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Circleville.  
McKenzie, Evangela (I43080)
 
82 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Francis Dominic, born Aug. 8,1852, known as bald-headed "Uncle Nick" to his many nieces and nephews. In June1880 he lived in the McKenzie household and died March 14, 1933, as a bachelor.
Uncle Nick often came out to help his brother Gus at the Scioto Golf Course and Maggie with cooking for their large family. He would stay for some time and would go to the barn for 'spiritual' nourishment as his family knew he
loved his whiskey, Once his nieces found his hiding place and emptied his whiskey bottle. They filled it with baby mice and rain water.  
McKenzie, Francis Dominic (I01410)
 
83 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Francis Edward, born Apr. 27,1916, on June 5, 1941, married Mary Margaret Grove, born Feb. 26,
1918, daughter of Elmer and Blanche (Nelson) Grove. Mary is a 16 year old grad of Sacred Heart High School, Columbus, in 1934. She worked for the WPA and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Since her family was unable to pay her senior tuition, Mary paid it out of her earned money with her early employment. Francis was employed at Timkin Roller Bearing Co. as a screw machine operator (automatic) tending four machines used in the process of making cones and cups used in the aviation industry. On Dec. 12, 1942, Frank was inducted in the US Army
and served in the Infantry as a rifleman performing various duties in assaulting and holding enemy posi¬ tions in the North African and Italian Campaigns. During Francis' two year tour of duty in WW II he was never able to be home on leave. Mary and two lady boarders shared the rent of Mary's house. She worked for the Quartermaster at Fort Hayes, Columbus, and went to the downtown theatres to sell war bonds to patriotic citizens coming to the movies.
Frank's separation date is Nov.9, 1944. He was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge, the Bronze Star
and the Purple Heart. After his discharge he worked as a car inspector for Penn Central RR, later Conrail. Mary retired from Westinghouse after working for 31 years.  
McKenzie, Francis Edward (I45642)
 
84 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Francis S., according to the "Pickaway Co. History," page634, relates that Frank "born April 2, 1862,...was reared in Pickaway Co. and secured an excellent public school education. He has always devoted
himself to agricultural pursuits. He is manager and part owner of the homestead farm...1471/2 acres" in 1906.
At some point in his life, Frank moves to Bakersfield, Calif, for health reasons after he and Mary sold the farm.
Their nephew was already there. When they moved west is not known. Frank died there on Nov. 9, 1915, and Mary,
Sept., 1919. 
McKenzie, Francis Samuel (Frank) (I01390)
 
85 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Frank Charles, born Nov. 3, 1883, and much of his biography is taken from his obituary in the Pend-
leton East_Oregon Newspaper of June 9,1956. Frank attended the Jesuit Saint Xavier College, Cincinnati, with the intention of studying for the priesthood. "In 1905 Frank moved to Aberdeen, Washington, then in 1906 to Pendleton (Oregon) to work for the old PendletonTribune." On Nov. 5, 1908, he married Georgia L. O'Daniel and "they moved to Hermiston, Oregon, in 1909, to work for the Newport Construction Co. He later was a partner with H. T. Frazier in the Oregon Hardware and Implement Co. from1912-40." Georgia was born March 14, 1889. Frank or Mac is best known as "Mayor of Hermiston from 1914-22, and 1933-46. In addition he served eight years as City Recorder and Municipal Judge." The purpose of Frank's going west in 1905 was to relieve his chronic hayfever and allergies. Hermiston was a dry climate. He and Georgia were the parents of three sons: George, Gerald and Francis. Frank had been ill for a week before his death on June 8, 1956. Georgia died Jan. 21, 1969. They are buried at Hermiston, Oregon. 
McKenzie, Francis Charles Sr. (I01737)
 
86 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, George Francis, born July 19,1909, attended the University of Portland for two years after gradua¬
tion from Hermiston High School. On Dec. 27, 1932, he married Florence Louise Pearson, born Nov. 12, 1914,
in Glenns Ferry, Idaho. She is the daughter of James and Maude () Pearson. George worked as a Shell Oil distributor, then moved in 1937 to Tillamook, Oregon, where he raised his six children and spent the rest of his remarkable life. From a Texaco Station he went into a partnership for the Studebaker, Pontaic and the International Harves¬ ter tractor/truck agencies before WW II. After WW II George bought out his partner, Mr. Hadley, and acquired the Oldsmobile and Cadillac dealerships. He and his wife have six children: Michael, Joan Crall, Katherine, James, Gail Eder and Mark. George died May 19, 1984, age74. Florence resides at 4011 Third St., Tillamook, OR97141. 
McKenzie, George Francis (I43055)
 
87 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Hannah Frances, born July 20, 1883, received her college education at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
The following tribute to Hannah is taken from the December, 1966, issue of the "Home Review", which states that "Miss McKenzie began teaching at the (Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Orphans) Home(in Xenia) in 1925 and continued teaching elementary and junior high grades until she retired June 30, 1953, (almost at age 70). She resided in Columbus until she died July 1, 1966." This home is now called the Ohio Veterans Childrens' Home/OVCH.
Hannah is remembered "for originating the Decoration Day March and produced a yearly Christmas pageant which included the band, choir, and both high school drama students. Last year (1965) she presented the Home with
the white and green pennant with the inscription "Lest We Forget," which will henceforth be used in the annual Memorial Day March."  
McKenzie, Hanna F. (I43543)
 
88 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Herbert Aloysius, born Nov. 8,1925, reports in a June 1984 letter that he "entered the US Army in 1943, served in Europe in the 743rd Tank Battalion as a tank driver. I was wounded slightly in Germany and was discharged Jan. 2, 1946." Herb continues, "I graduated from Lancaster Business College and went to work for the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. I married Luann in July (25), 1950."Lu Ann Robinette, born Apr. 29, 1929, is the daughter of James Loyal and Mary Margaret (Bauman) Robinette. The three oldest children were born in Ashtabula,
Ohio. The McKenzie family has lived in the Winchester and Lexington, Kentucky, areas since 1956. Herb had
worked in management with the water treatment and landfill dept. Lu Ann and Herb's eight children are Marilyn Nelson, Rita Foster, Carol Carter, Laura Powell, Patricia Verber, Michael, Theresa and Thomas. Herb retired in 1980 after heart attacks and now operates a package store.

Herbert A. McKenzie, 78, widower of Luann Robinette McKenzie, died Saturday, May 29, 2004 at his residence. He was retired from Kentucky American Water Company and Winchester Municipal Utilities. A native of Lancaster, OH, he was born November 8, 1925, son of the late John I. and Louise Brembeck McKenzie.

He was a member of Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, VFW, and the American Legion Post #8. He served in the US Army during WWII with the 743rd Tank Battalion where he fought in the Battle of the Bulge and was a Purple Heart recipient.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 11:00 AM Wednesday, June 2, 2004 at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary with Rev. John Moriarty officiating. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. His grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Friends may call from 3-5 and 7-9 PM Tuesday at the W.R. Milward Mortuary-Southland. Rosary services at 8:30 PM, American Legion memorial at 7:00 PM.

Memorials may be made to the American Legion Post #8, 1230 Man-O-War Place, Lex, KY, 40504 or Hospice of the Bluegrass, 2312 Alexandria Dr, Lex, KY, 40504.  
McKenzie, Herbert Aloysius (I43552)
 
89 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, James Elias, born Nov. 3, 1859, single, farmer in the 1880 Census. Jim worked in a downtown Columbus hotel for many, many years and was considered a "classy man". He died Aug. 4, 1948, with burial at______Cem.

1910 Census reflects that he was living with his brother Edward Ambrose in 1910. 
McKenzie, James Elias (I01414)
 
90 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, John Ignatius, Sr., born July22, 1892, served as PFC in 305th Brig. Tank Corp. in WW I. He arried Louise Agnes Brembeck, born June 1, 1889, daughter of John Brembeck and Mary Bader. John and Louise were
married at the old Saint Peter Church, Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 29, 1919. The family first lived at Circleville, and later moved to Lancaster, Ohio, where he was a salesman for Kroger. Then John became manager of the Kroger Store on Columbus Street. Their six children are John, Jeanne, Robert, Herbert, John Jr. and Louise Gladfelter. John was a tall large man and Louise an elegant lady. John Sr. died May 10, 1968, and Louise, April 6, 1971, age 81, with burial at Saint Mary Cemetery, Lancaster. 
McKenzie, John Ignatius (I43549)
 
91 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, John Joseph, born Sept. 27, 1917, is a grad of Monessen High School. He was a career worker at
Pittsburgh Steel Co. on the inhouse railroad. John married Nelle Smyth on Nov. 27, 1941. They have a daughter, Marilyn. Known as "Herp," John died March 27, 1943, of Lobar pneumonia, at age26, when Marilyn was four months old. John was buried at Saint Mary Cem., Monongahela. Nell attended business school and on July 21, 1949, married Thomas Petrus, a World War II Veteran and son of Slovak immigrants. Their five daughters are Phara, Lucia, Sue Ellen, Miriam Pura and Clare.  
McKenzie, John Joseph (Herp) (I45745)
 
92 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Leo, born May 5, 1848, in Ross Co., baptized June 11, 1848, in Saint Peter Church, Chillicothe, Ohio,
on April 26, 1875, at Saint Joseph Church, Circleville, married Margaret Ellen Ward, born May10, 1856, at Minerton in Vinton Co., Ohio. Leo died Sept. 5, 1922, and Margaret, May 25, 1951, with burial at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Circleville. He had lived on the family farm 75 years. "The Pickaway County History," page 816, states that
"Margaret was the daughter of Patrick and Mary (Murphy) Ward, both of whom were born in Ireland... She obtained her education in the public schools of Circleville and later became a teacher, following the profession through two years." Margaret "is a woman of remarkable business capacity and much respected by all who know her. On account of Mr. McKenzie being an invalid, many unusual cares have been placed on her shoulders."
Leo and his wife raise their family of ten on their 87 acre farm in Pickaway Township. Their children are
John J. , Mary M. , Samuel P., Leo M. , Frank C, Katherine C. Head, Margaret T. Hallisy, Elizabeth S. (Sister Mary
Christopher), Ruth H. and Antoinette A. What is unusual is that all six girls and two of the boys died of cancer in this Leo McKenzie family.  
McKenzie, Leo Michael Sr. (I01384)
 
93 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Margaret Elizabeth, born Feb.4, 1910, was a grad of Good Samaritan School of Nursing, received
her BS in Nursing at the College of Mount Saint Joseph with a Masters in Nursing Administration from Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Margaret joined the US Army Air Force in 1943 and in 1944 received two battle stars for outstanding service in the Battles of Rheinland and Central Europe. Major McKenzie served on the Inspector General's Team as the only lady to inspect military hospitals around the world. Margaret retired with the rank Lt. Col. in 1962 from the US Air Force. She worked for 11 years as an educational coordinator at Mount Carmel Hospital,
Columbus. In 1973 she moved to Fairborn, Ohio, to be near Wright Patterson AFB to receive her cancer treatments. Margaret died of cancer on Dec. 4, 1986, with burial at Saint Joseph Cemetery. 
McKenzie, Margaret Elizabeth (I01750)
 
94 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Mary E., born Sept. 5, 1849, near Hayesville, and died single on Sept. 11, 1919, at the the home of her
nephew, Charles Harkins of Bakersfield, Calif., where she is buried at Union Cemetery.  
McKenzie, Mary Elizabeth (I01385)
 
95 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Mary Margaret, born Sept. 21, 1877, single, operated a poultry farm in Pickaway Township. She was literally the "Chicken Queen." Her many hundreds of layers provided eggs on a well-run commercial basis and younger roosters were raised for their tasty meal and canned for distribution out of state. Mary died Dec. 27, 1945, of cancer at White Cross Hospital, Columbus, with burial at Saint Joseph Cemetery.  
McKenzie, Mary Margaret (I01734)
 
96 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, P. (Pius) Jeremiah Samuel, born Oct. 21, 1881, at Stumpy Lane in the Circleville area. Jerry started the twelveth grade, worked for the Strawboard Works, then moved to Monessen, Pa., where he worked first for Page Steel and Wire, later with Pittsburgh Steel Co. Jerry married Elizabeth Betts, born Dec. 18, 1887, in Gallatin, Pa. He met Elizabeth at a shoe store, where she was a clerk. Before their marriage on April 17, 1907, in St. Leonard Ch., Monessen, Jerry and Elizabeth both gave much of their wages to their parents for family support, which was the custom then. The four McKenzie children are Estelle Swade, James, John and Henry. Jerry died March5, 1969, at Greensburg, Pa., and Elizabeth, Mar. 2, 1960, with burial at St. Mary Cem., Monongahela, Pa.  
McKenzie, Jeremiah Samuel (Jerry) (I43541)
 
97 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Robert Francis, born Feb.10, 1924, served in the US Army in WW II and was "pretty much shot up during the war." Bob died May 1, 1970, and is buried at Saint Mary Cemetery, Lancaster.  
McKenzie, Robert Francis (I43554)
 
98 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Ruth Helen, born Feb. 10, 1894, single, studied piano, gave piano lessons, lived at home, is remembered as a wonderful cook on the farm. Ruth died April 12, 1962, of cancer, with burial at Saint Joseph Cemetery. 
McKenzie, Ruth Helen (I01741)
 
99 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Sarah Frances, born Feb. 20,1867, was baptized on March 15, 1868.She attends school in June 1880 and later became Sister Mary Alonso, C.S.C., of the Congreg¬ ation of the Holy Cross, entering her religious community Sept. 7, 1899, becoming an official "laundress". During her short 60 years on this earth Sister M. Alonzo served the Lord in various housekeeping capacities in Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Texas, Utah and California. She died May 16, 1937, with burial at Saint Mary's Cemetery, Notre Dame, Indiana. Her niece, Sister Mary Teresina, C.S.C.,had joined this religious community in 1927. The Baptisms of Sarah, Samuel and Ignatius took place at Saint Mary's, Minerton, according to Archives, Diocese of Columbus. 
McKenzie, Sarah (Sister Mary Alonzo) Francis (I01419)
 
100 "THE HISTORY OF THE GABRIEL McKENZIE AND RACHEL BLUBAUGH FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND OHIO" by Father Homer Blubaugh:

McKenzie, Thomas Richard, born Dec. 16, 1849, at McArthur, Vinton Co., on April24, 1878, married Johanna Jane Brophey, born June28, 1856, in Zanesville. She, at "age 23, lived in the James R. McKenzie household in June 1880, Wilkesville Township," according to the 1880 Census. The March 8, 1923, issue of The Circleville Union
Herald lists the obituary of Tom, stating that "In early life Tom was a farmer, but later in life became an engi¬ neer, having served in that capacity for a number of years in this city and in Pennsylvania." A grandson says Tom never lived in Pennsylvania, but his son Jerry did. Tom was a stationary engineer who fired the steam
boilers at the Strawboard Works in Circleville. He and Jane are the parents of ten: Mary Wilkens, Jerry, Hannah Frances, M. Agnes Adams, Cecilia Schneider, Thomas James, John, Julia Catherine (Sister Mary Teresina CSC) and Rose Elizabeth/infant. Tom died March 5, 1923, age 73, and Hanna, five days later on March 10, 1923. Both are buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Circleville. 
McKenzie, Thomas Richard (I01408)
 

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